Green Tea leaves enhance insulin sensitivity by improving the absorption of glucose into skeletal muscle. 
Green Tea lowers blood glucose levels and alleviates insulin resistance by increasing the expression of glucose transporter IV and improving muscular β-oxidation [2, 3].
Green Tea: The consumption of green tea has been shown to increase the production and release of CCK (Cholecystokinin), which reduces appetite. CCK is a hormone that is released by the intestines after a meal is consumed. This hormone then tells the body that an adequate amount of food has been consumed thus producing satiety, or fullness.
Cinnamon: Has been popularized for its ability to reduce blood sugar and increase insulin sensitivity (5).
Cinnamon: increases insulin sensitivity by helping receptors for glucose on muscle cells become more available and efficient at transporting sugar into the cells (6, 7).
Cinnamon: contains compounds that can mimic insulin and act directly on cells (8, 9).
Cinnamon: Acts as an appetite suppressant, helping you to fast longer .
Ginger: Studies have found that its active component gingerol makes sugar receptors on muscle cells more available, increasing sugar uptake (4).